Change the ESRB to a more parent Based approach

Since 1994 the ESRB has been The most appointed way to rate video games for young children all the way To Near coming adults But Many see the ESRB as a failure and not at all the responsible way to Protect the youth. With studies showing That video Games cause youth violence and others saying video games have been minimizing crime. Judging this is getting harder and harder and in reality it comes down to the parents or guardians to really decide these limits. ¨video games are excellent teaching tools because they reward players for engaging in certain types of behavior. Unfortunately, in many popular video games, the behavior is violence.” saying this is not ok parents should be the ones teaching what is ok on a moral standpoint and quickly blaming video games. It Shows that a lot of Parents and guardians do not care about the content being fed into their children and with a lot of Ethics classes no longer in middle school and high school the age group that contains 21% of all video game players According to Statista. If “60% of middle school boys and 40% of Middle school girls who played M rated video games Got into at least one Physical Fight compared to the 39% of boys and 14% of girls who didn’t,” Children in middle school should not even have access to video games M rated these Games our advised for 17+ the fact that a parent can sit by and allow their children to play shows that they don’t care about the content Being fed into their children. Parents should Be the ones judging these games with the line between a mature and teen is very fluctuant and with a large group such as the ESRB with diff   erent people Judging games difft erent standards are born and with different standards you get improper ratings. It Doesn’t matter what the ESRB says, the only thing that parents should think about is can My kid handle this video games like most Content Can change a Child’s behavior. “Researchers found that some kids may be more likely to exhibit aggressive behavior. However, Dr. Westers reminds parents it is difficult to draw a direct cause and effect between video games and behavior.” with this being said there is no definitive answer to the question “Do video games cause violence” in every test there is one variable that cannot be changed Parents Parents should teach their children and Know what is right for their children not the ESRB.  

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